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Aug 27, 2009 12:00am EDT
, they became close friends when joe came to the u.s. senate in '89. senator john warner, the former senator from virginia, longtime friend of senator kennedy. warner did advance work for nixon while kennedy was doing advance work for his brother. representative ed markey is in boston, democrat of massachusetts and longtime friend of the late senator. and on the phone from shanghai, china, is former senator bill frist, former senate majority leader and a good friend of senator kennedy. what's your first reaction, joe lieberman, to all of this? >> first reaction is that this was -- this is the end of an era, certainly the end of a generation of a great american family. president john f. kennedy inspired me and a lot of others of my generation into public service. ted kennedy carried it along. i also thought, with a kind of gratitude, that unlike three of his brothers, though his passing is sooner than any of us who loved him, served with him would have wanted, he died of natural causes, and he lived a full and wonderful life. an inspiring, ultimate irresistible person. and i feel lucky, bless
CNN
Aug 26, 2009 9:00pm EDT
with a kind of gratitude that unlike three of his brothers, though his passing is sooner than any of us who loved him, served him would have wanted. he died of natural causes and he lived a full and wonderful life and inspiring, ultimately irresistible person. i guess my other reaction was just plain personal. i felt lucky, blessed to have come to know him personally. and to have learned a lot from him about how to get things done in politics. >> larry: senator warner, you're a republican, opponent of his on many issues, yet many senators, are using the word "love" tonight. do you use that word? >> you know, i was privileged to know ted for 50 years. you mentioned that we were on opposite sides in the 1960 presidential campaign. i worked for vice president nixon, he worked for his brother. and we boxed a good deal during that campaign. and through the years, our friendship solidified. and particularly the 30 years we served in the senate. and, joe, you remember we were all on the armed services committee together. he was very much against a lot of policies, certainly war, but he loved the m
CNN
Aug 15, 2009 12:00am EDT
? >> in some cases, yes, because dogs, animals are so innocent they cannot protect themselves from us, the humans just like children. and those are our victims that absolutely have no recourse. and i think that's why people are so touched and so outraged when animals are taken advantage of like this. but, look, you can't keep him in forever. he's out. he did his time. i say get on with it and quit giving him any attention. >> would you go to a philadelphia eagles football game and watch him? >> no. >> all right. >> i would not pay for a ticket that would support michael vick. what are they going to do with mcnabb? he's all scrubbed in sunshine. you have vick over the corner, a convicted felon that made dogs fight to the death. now, that's certainly two ends of the spectrum for the philly eagles. >> nancy's answering your questions. they're coming up. ( crack of bat, cheering ) not playing with the kids? not on these legs. poor leg circulation. doctor says it's p.a.d. peripheral artery disease? hmmm. more than doubles your risk for a heart attack or stroke. so i hear. better ask your d
CNN
Aug 12, 2009 9:00pm EDT
tomorrow, 9:00 p.m. eastern time. that's again, tomorrow night. that's going to do it for us. "larry king live" comes up next. good night, everybody. good night, everybody. see you. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight, death threats over health care reform. the issue could be tearing america apart. what do critics fear? >> we're all afraid we're going to lose something. >> will you be able to keep your doctor? what about your current insurance? are lives at risk if things change? confusion, chaos and questions. >> how are you going to look at my children, in their eyes, and tell them they're going to have a better future? >> does anybody have the answer? next on "larry king live." >>> welcome to "larry king live." i'm wolf blitzer sitting in for larry. we have an outstanding panel for four physicians. we're all going to get smarter in the next several moments as we try to understand what's going on in this health care debate. joining from us the cnn center in atlanta, dr. sanjay gupta. he's our chief medical correspondent. he's a practice neurosurgeon. joining u
CNN
Aug 28, 2009 12:00am EDT
. >> driving through the city, how was that? >> deeply, deeply moving for all of us. >> about, i guess a week before he died, he -- he was out on his boat and he was very sick by then. he was losing some of his ability to find words. and he was so very cognizant and very, you know, he was able to steer his boat and to reason and understand the conversation. but it was sometimes during some parts of the day difficult for him to find the words that he was looking for. >> larry: joining us to begin things is senator john kerry, democrat of massachusetts 2004 democratic party presidential nominee. he's on the phone with us. the loss of ted kennedy, of course, is the topic of the day. i know you've been in close contact with the family. how are they doing, senator? >> well, they're much, much moved by the events of today. you know, they're an extraordinary, strong group of individuals who through the years unfortunately have learned how to cope with loss. and this is one of those rare circumstances where they have a chance to say good-bye to somebody who lived an extraordinarily full life, long li
CNN
Aug 30, 2009 9:00pm EDT
and listen to his words. next on this special edition of "larry king live." thank you for joining us. ted kennedy was an american legendment while his last name garnered him attention. his ka rirn the senate allowed him to carve his own legacy. the youngest of nine children he outlived all three of his brothers, joe jr., jack, bobby, he entered the senate in 1962 and over the decades emerged as an influential and iconic figure in the democratic party. i had the privilege of interviewing senator kennedy several times. we often talked about his family legacy and world famous last name. what is it like to be a kennedy, to be a ted kennedy? i mean, you drive around and it is the kennedy center, and then there is the kennedy, and it can never leave you, it can't leave you? and you live and you work here? what is that like? >> well i think the first impression that i have always had is how fortunate i've been to have grown up in a family and been able to learn what i tried to learn and continue to learn, but most of all learned what i did from wonderful parents and great brothers and sisters. m
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Aug 29, 2009 12:00am EDT
can hear, just hitting us here at the area. spectacular launch of "discovery. ""continues on now. ten minutes from now they'll have main engine shutoff. the shuttle "discovery" will be in orbit chasing down the international space station. it will take 2 1/2 days to get there. they'll catch up with the space station and begin the 13-day mission. spectacular night launch, here, erica, well worth waiting for. "discovery's" seven-member crew on its way. >> to see it light up the night sky quite the way to start up your weekend. saturday, at this point in florida where you are. historic for a lot of reasons, not only as we're watching this nighttime launch here. first time two latino astronauts have been onboard a space shuttle. you mentioned the seven astronauts as well. one of them will be staying at the international space station. nicole stott. she's a flight engineer. another one will be arriving home. >> reporter: they're changing out. this will be the last time, another sign the shuttle program is ending, erica, the last time an astronaut will fly to the international space station
CNN
Aug 11, 2009 12:00am EDT
, by the way. her live shows are fantastic. that is where the fur really flies. joan joins us live from qvc. i think there's a separate room where they print her money. i really do. anyway, there in pennsylvania. joan, how are you doing? >> i'm so excited talking to you. it was so great last night on the roast for comedy central. if people don't know, you were the roast mistress and you were terrific. >> joan, you knocked it out of the park. first of all, let's take a quick look at some of the proceedings. >> okay. >> joan started out in brooklyn as little joan molinsky. you know, my joni, jewish girls are supposed to grow up and marry doctors, not support them. joan is not an orthodox jew but men still [ bleep ] through a sheet so they don't have to look at that face. >> kathy griffith, yes, my good friend, you call yourself the biggest star? is that what you say when you come out here? the biggest star in this room? that's like calling yourself the thinnest girl in kirstie alley's house. i mean, it's like -- >> joan, do you have any idea how excited i am that you would refer to me as skinny?
CNN
Aug 12, 2009 12:00am EDT
with president obama's number one priority right now, health care reform. is it going to happen? joining us, james carville, the cnn contributor and democratic strategist. also joining us, ben stein, the economist and attorney, once was a speech writer for presidents nixon and ford. as you know, he's also a tv personality and actor. and joining us from las vegas, penn gillette, the illusionist, the best-selling author. he's the taller, more talkative half of penn & teller. they're performing, by the way, at the rio hotel and casino in las vegas. their program "b.s." is now in its seventh showtime series. he's a libertarian, as a lot of our viewers know. guys, thanks very much for coming in. the president was in new hampshire at a town hall forum today making his case for health care reform, and among other things he said this. >> under the reform we're proposing if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan. you will not be waiting in any lines. this is not about putting the government in charge of your health insuran
CNN
Aug 13, 2009 12:00am EDT
. joining from us the cnn center in atlanta, dr. sanjay gupta. he's our chief medical correspondent. he's a practicing neuro surgeon. joining us from nashville tennessee, bill frist. a professor of medicine at vanderbilt university. a heart transplant surgeon. former senator majority leader. his new book entitled "a heart to serve the passion to bring health, hope and healing." that comes out in october. we're looking forward to that. in cleveland, ohio, dr. mike roizen, he's the wellness officer and chairman at the wellness institute at the famed cleveland clinic. he's the co-author of "you staying young." and in austin, texas, and dr. james rohack. president of the american met medical association. he's a cardiologist himself. let me start with sanjay gupta. sanjay, viewers are confused. this debate is raging across the country. what's the most important thing that we have to understand about this debate right now? >> it's a good question. obviously, there's a lot of different issues here. let me try and boil it down to get back to the basics. almost since beginning of this, you've he
CNN
Aug 27, 2009 9:00pm EDT
this family has been through and what a day for that mother to lay eyes on her girl again. randy kay for us to night. thanks so much. >>> that is it for us tonight. "larry king live" will have a lot more on this coming up just after. this >> larry: tonight john f. kennedy makes a trip to the presidential library that bears the name of his brother. senator john kerry, senator chris dodd, senator john mccain, former vice president dan quayle salute their friend and former colleague and say farewell to teddy next on a special edition of "larry king live."."." >> larry: good evening, you're looking at the john f. kennedy museum. members of the public pay their last respects to senator kennedy. kennedy's widow vicki spoke to reporters and "state of the union's" john king caught up with robert f. kennedy jr. watch. >> i just want to thank them so much for coming and showing love and support for my husband. i just want to let them know how grateful we all are. >> thank you. thank you all. >> this is deeply, deeply moving for all of us. >> about a week before he died, he -- he was out on his boat.
CNN
Aug 29, 2009 9:00pm EDT
speech, and that was on the question of civil rights. i have seen what discrimination at home does to us. this is not a political issue. it is a moral issue. >> i was very conscious that that whole move to strike down the barriers of race, was perhaps the most difficult crisis that the country has come to grips with. and the president wanted to make the progress in civil rights, recognized the moment in terms of american history, so was a very emotional time with the lunch counter sit-ins, the dogs, biting at students from george wallace, and the school house door, with calling out the national guard in southern states. >> go home! >> and it was a time when there really had to be strong presidential leadership. >> we are confronted primarily with a moral issue. it is as old as the scriptures and is as clear as the american constitution. >> president kennedy was the one that called it the greatest moral issue that we face, the first president to do so. and i think that that really goes back to the time of my mother's sort of teaching, and the lessons that she was able to give to us, in te
CNN
Aug 25, 2009 12:00am EDT
know the words she was supposed to lip sync to her own song. >> i think using the term interesting is a stretch. that does it for "360." larry king starts now. see you tomorrow night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> larry: tonight, breaking michael jackson news. the coroner's preliminary finding revealed. the singer died from a drug overdose. killer levels of a powerful anesthetic were found in his body. was it murder? just released papers document the shocking chain of events and detail what his doctor did to the pop star in the hours before his death. could there be charges? plus the number one suspect in the grisly death of his wife. the man who allegedly removed her fingers and teeth, apparently kills himself. >> a man hanging from a belt from the coat rack. that was it. death is not a pretty scene. >> larry: who was ryan jenkins? what was a guy with a history of assault doing on a reality show? next on "larry king live." good evening. our guests are randi kaye, cnn correspondent with us here in los angeles. dr. drew pinsky, host of vh1's "celebrity rehab" and author o
CNN
Aug 5, 2009 9:00pm EDT
're not very happy. >> tom foreman. thank you. join us tomorrow night at 9:00 for the cnn "national report card." see you then. have a great night. "larry king live" starts right "larry king live" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> larry: tonight, they're home. american journalists laura ling and euna lee are back in the u.s. they're harrowing five-month ordeal as prisoners in north korea over. >> the past 140 days have been the most difficult, heart-wrenching time of our lives. >> what did they endure? will they be okay? can they pick up with their lives? >>> and then, tv power couple kelly ripa and mark conseulos. they'll talk about oprah and their new baby. >> no request is left unanswered. >> larry: all next on "larry king live." good evening. it's been some turn of events for two women and their families who just days ago were in absolute despair. all changed when laura ling and euna lee returned this morning to the arms of their loved ones and a country waiting to embrace them. watch. >> hours ago, euna lee and i were prisoners in north korea. we feared that at any
CNN
Aug 4, 2009 9:00pm EDT
boarding the plane long flight to l.a., arrive in l.a. tomorrow morning. joining us, three outstanding journalists. in new york, dan rather, the anchor and managing editor of "dan rather reports," the author of "meltdown," a former cnn senior asia correspondent, he's been to north korea 14 times, and in washington, jill dougherty, cnn's veteran foreign affairs correspondent. dan, on a personal note, close member of the lee family told me early this morning that they knew this was a done deal when clinton was on the way there. does that surprise you? >> no. because you don't move a big asset diplomatically such as bill clinton without it being clearly settled in advance that he's going to get what he's coming for. so that doesn't surprise me at all, larry. >> larry: do you think there was a quid pro quo here, dan? >> i don't know, larry, i think this could be a turning point in resuming some kind of dialogue with the north koreans. certainly i say this based on my own reporting, they certainly hope that it will be. as you noted and cnn has been reporting, the white house and the state d
CNN
Aug 26, 2009 12:00am EDT
believe it or not pulling for us. as you know sextuplets are not born every day so there was a lot of interest. we did the one-hour special to show everyone i always pictured like the little old lady sitting at home praying for us, rooting for us, needing to know what happened to those babies that were born. and so we did it for that reason as well as to collect the memories for ourselves. >> larry: and little did you think what would happen from that. >> no way of knowing. >> larry: why did you agree to do a regular reality show? you could have said that's the special, here's my life, good-bye. >> could have. at that point the one-hour special was a very good experience. the network tlc, we were on discovery health at that time, now tlc is wonderful, supportive, and it was a great experience for us. so we, you know, really moved forward because of that reason. it was healthy and safe and fun. >> larry: do the kids talk to you about divorce? >> they do. and as any child, you know, when their parents are divorcing, they wish that we could be together. my goal was peace, and we've ac
CNN
Aug 10, 2009 9:00pm EDT
.com/money&mainst. that is it for us. "larry king live" right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight, joan rivers smack down. why did the qvw queen take me out at her roast? i'll ask her about that and how she got so rich. then levi and me. >> looking at his beautiful, chocolate eyes all night. >> that's right. the father of sarah palin's grandson strolls the red carpet with his cougar. >> i don't pay attention to other women. >> only has eyes for me. >> what happened when the cameras stopped rolling. >> i have your back. >> kids with crowns. baby beauty pageants. should next on "larry king live." >>> good evening. i'm kathy griffin sitting in for larry. can you believe it? i know. anyway, larry's on vacation. joining me tonight is comic, writer and entrepreneur, joan rivers. her new show "how'd you get so rich" airs wednesday nights on tv land. she's be appearing at the venetian ballroom in las vegas later this month and early september. her live shows are fantastic. that is where the fur really flies. joan joins us live from qvc. i think there's a separate room where they print her money. in pennsylv
CNN
Aug 25, 2009 9:00pm EDT
's it for us. larry king right now. >> larry: tonight, kate gosselin, the star of "jon & kate plus 8" is on her own. >> listen quietly. >> larry: her private panic exposed in a public divorce. what happens next to her kids, her ex, the show? plus kathy lee gifford knows what it's like in the spotlight. hear what she thinks kate should do. and then michael jackson's drugs. see the lethal cocktail that killed him next on "larry king live." good evening, quite a lineup tonight. kate gosselin was last on "larry king live" on may 10th. a little more than a month later on june 22nd, kate and her husband jon filed for divorce, announced their split that same day, and a special edition of "jon & kate plus 8," a show that has become phenomenal worldwide. how are you doing, kate? good to have you here. >> i'm good, thanks for having me. >> larry: you feel good? >> i do. >> larry: how are the kids? >> wonderful, marvelous, gorgeous, lovely. >> larry: all right, now the twins are going to be 9 in october, sextuplets were 5 in may. how much do they know about what's going on? the 9-year-olds probably do, ri
CNN
Jul 31, 2009 9:00pm EDT
jackson and lived at neverland in 2003. she is an artist in her own right, thanks for joining us. >> thank you so much for having me. >> tell me about meeting michael jackson, how that came about? >> michael jackson's manager got a hold of my demo and listened to my track "i will always love you" originally done by whitney houston. they were sitting in neverland and he played michael my "i will always love you" song. michael said wow, who is this girl? can you call her? the next thing you know we drove to california and we met michael. the first time i met him he had a big smile on his face. he gave me a hug. prince and paris and grace the nanny were in a hug. >> you were living in phoenix at the time? >> yes. we lived in phoenix and drove to california to meet him. >> so did you go to neverland to meet him? >> yes. we drove into neverland. i remember seeing the big neverland ranch sign. you feel him. i hadn't seen him yet. he had the biggest smile on his face the moment he walked into the library. >> for those who haven't been there the gates are intimidating and you drive through and it
CNN
Aug 18, 2009 12:00am EDT
using a twitter? >> this is going to become a distraction to the show. i can't wait. >> larry: it's all next on "larry king live." good evening, michael vick is on probation after serving 18 months in jail. he pled guilty to being part of a dogfighting operation. vick and his partners executed dogs by various methods including electrocution, hanging drowning and slamming at least one dog's body to the ground. when police raided vick's property they found 66 dogs and exhumed the bodies of eight more. he's a member of the philadelphia eagles, conditional pending the decisions of the commissioner of football, commissioner roger goodell. he will be allowed to play in two exhibition games and could be activated by as early as the fifth or six game in the season. our panel in washington, james brown. he interviewed michael yesterday on "60 minutes." host of cbs' the nfl today. his book "role of a lifetime" comes out next month. also in washington, john good win of the humane society of the united states. he manages the animal fighting campaign. works regularly with law enforcement agencies on
CNN
Aug 20, 2009 9:00pm EDT
criminal, one civil, are here, talking only to us. first, breaking news. reality tv contestant charged with murdering his beautiful ex-wife. he's vanished after her naked body was found. >> we now have a warrant for the arrest of ryan alexander jenkins. >> the very latest on this shocking case next on "larry king live." >> larry: we begin tonight with new details in the death of model jasmine fiore. police are hunting for her ex-husband. have a warrant for his arrest. we learned at a press conference earlier tonight it was apparently a very gruesome crime. watch. >> the question was about mutilation. yes, we're prepared to answer this question at this time. yes, the fingers and teeth were removed. >> larry: all right. we'll have lots of guests. right now, we begin with mike fleeman. the west coast editor of people.com. with us in our l.a. studios. in washington, pat brown, criminaler profiler, founder and ceo of the sexual homicide exchange. mike, get us up to date. what is this all about? >> well what we have is a man who went from being a person of interest to a murder suspect. this
CNN
Aug 7, 2009 9:00pm EDT
. that does it for us. "larry king live" starting right now. have a good weekend, everybody. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> larry: tonight, jermaine jackson sharing his private pain about his late brother, michael. who does he blame for the pop star's death? if jermaine had one last chance to talk to michael brother to brother, what might he say? >> i miss you. >> larry: jermaine jackson setting the record straight on drugs, family drama. maybe who's the daddy? next on "larry king live." it's a great pleasure to welcome to "larry king live" one of many visits he's made to this program, jermaine jackson, one of michael jackson's older brothers. former member of "the jackson 5." he same co-lead with michael for a number of years. by the way, jermaine has contributed a blog about michael's humanitarian work. it's on our website at cnn.com/larryking. at the end of the program tonight in the last segment we're going to have a very special announcement which should be of interest to our viewers around the world. jermaine was last with us when we were on location at neverland. at that
CNN
Aug 30, 2009 12:00am EDT
. this morning he indicated that he wasn't going to use the oval room. my mother read that in the paper and she called me up and said teddy, i see where the president isn't going to use the oval room. she said, i think someone ought to use it. we're looking into that. >> in 1969, we had a republican president. and it seemed important that we begin to have a loyal opposition. and to the extent that i could be a part of the leadership in the senate, it seemed to be both an important opportunity as well as responsibility. and one that i couldn't let go by. >> a new congress opened for business today in washington. an opening day produced an important victory for kennedy of massachusetts. democratic colleagues chose edward kennedy as assistant majority leader in the senate. this opening day of the 91st congress will most likely be the day remembered as the day senator edward kennedy moved out of the long shadow of his two brothers and began to stake out his own future. >> senator edward m. kennedy drove a car off a narrow bridge on martha's vineyard, massachusetts. kennedy survived but a young woma
CNN
Aug 20, 2009 12:00am EDT
americans join us to discuss the health care question. elizabeth edwards. focusing on health care issues. she is the wife of the former democratic vice presidential candidate john edwards and "new york times" best-selling author of resilience. and madison, wisconsin, tommy thompson who is the secretary of health and human services under president george w. bush and as the former republican governor of wisconsin. elizabeth, in an interview last month, you said you thought that substantial -- substantive health care reform would be enacted. do you stand by that? >> i still do. incredibly optimistic and i think the american people are still in favor of health care reform despite the assault they had of a lot of hyperbole and miss statements and people know in their real lives that they need -- they are going to need change. need change. in health care. nationally and in their own communities and in their own families. >> larry: in an interview with the ceo of better health, in february, you said you can bet your bottom dollar that the health care system that we know today is going to be cha
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Aug 17, 2009 9:00pm EDT
verjee for us, once again. that's it for us tonight. we'll see you the same time tomorrow. "larry king live" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> larry: tonight, michael vick's brutality to man's best friend shocked the nation when it happened. vick said prison time taught him he did wrong. >> i was disgusted because of what i let happen to those animals. >> larry: is his remorse real? we'll meet a pit bull who survived it in vick's bad news kennels. then regis philbin. does he think michael vick should be back on the nfl? he's a great football fan. how is his good pal david letterman doing? is kelly ripa trying to drive rege off their show using a twitter? >> this is going to become a distraction to the show. i can't wait. >> larry: it's all next on "larry king live." good evening, michael vick is on probation after serving 18 months in jail. he pled guilty to being part of a dogfighting operation. vick and his partners executed dogs by various methods including electry cushion, hanging and drowning and slamming one dog's body to the ground. when police raided vi
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Aug 18, 2009 9:00pm EDT
in with howard dean in a moment. joining us now from nashville, bill frist, professor, former senate majority leader heart transplant surgeon, and a new book in october, "a heart to serve," a passion to bring health, hope, and healing due in october. the health care debate as the so-called public option. sunday on cnn, hss secretary kathleen sebelius said it was not essential. today she's totally behind it. now let's watch. >> here's the bottom line. absolutely nothing has changed. we continue to support the public options that will help lower costs, give american consumers more choice, and keep private insurers honest. if people have other ideas about how to accomplish these goals, we'll look at those too. but the public option is a very good way to do this. >> larry: senator frist, do you like the public option, or not? >> larry, i don't think it's necessary. the public option, if you look at it very simply is a single-payer system that is nationalized. and i think what it does, a lot of the innovation, the creativity, a lot of the change that we know is necessary to keep up with the biolog
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Aug 23, 2009 9:00pm EDT
connection to michael's kids? his attorneys, one criminal, one are here talking only to us. first, breaking news. reality tv contestant charged with murdering his beautiful ex-wife. he's vanished after her naked body was found. >> we now have say warrant for the arrest of ryan alexander jenkins. >> the very latest on this shocking case next on had "larry king live." low pressu >> larry: we begin with new details in the death of march low feori. we learned that a press conference early tonight that it was apparently a very gruesome crime. watch. >> your question was about mutilation. yes, we're prepared to answer that question at this time. yes, the fingers and teeth were removed. >> larry: well, we'll have lots of guests joining us. we begin with mike freeman, the west coast editor of people.com. and with us in washington is pat brown. criminal profiler, founder and ceo of the sexual homicide exchange. what is this all about? >> we have a man that is from a person of interest to a murder suspect. this is probably even still the husband of jasmine fiore. a reality tv star. he is the one that
CNN
Aug 10, 2009 12:00am EDT
around the world. jermaine was last with us when we were on location at neverland. at that time you said you were still in deep shock. has it all now set in? >> pretty much. but it's still a shock. and will always be a shock. >> larry: are there ever moments -- i know how close you were -- where you feel his presence? >> i feel his presence all the time. there is a time in the morning when it's like -- just about what -- dawn or -- and the lights are still on. the lights in the city. and can you see the sun coming up over the mountains and it's a special time for me to go out. and i just talk to the sky. i talk to -- >> larry: do you talk to michael? >> i just say things to michael. wherever you are, i'm trying to talk to you, do you hear me? i mean, i miss you. and it's such a beautiful time in the morning. it's quiet and very still. >> larry: best time of day. >> it is. it goes fast, though. >> larry: smokey robinson said the seemingly endless media coverage has made the mourning process harder for him. what do you make of the fact that the story never ends? >> well, it's a great loss
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Aug 14, 2009 9:00pm EDT
themselves from us, the human, just like children. and those are our victims that absolutely have no recourse. and i think that's why people are so touched and so outraged when animals are taken advantage of like this. but, look, you can't keep him in forever. he's out, dehhe did his time. i say get on with it and quit give him his attention. >> would you go to a philadelphia eagles football game? >> no. i would not pay for something to support michael vick. what are they going to do with donovan mcnabb. you have vick over the corner, a convicted felon that made dogs fight to the death. two ends of the spectrum for the eagles. >> nancy answers your questions, coming up. stick around. cash for clunkers is available at your chevy dealer, but funds are going fast. so hurry. let us recycle your older vehicle and you could qualify for an additional $3500 or $4500 cash back on a new, fuel-efficient chevy. your chevy dealer has more eligible models to choose from. more tn ford, toyota or honda. now get an '09 silverado for under eighteen-three after all offers. and get it for even less if you qualif
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Aug 22, 2009 12:00am EDT
. joe torre will be joining us later tonight. you'll be hearing individually from lots of different people. right here are our panel. assembled are michael milken, not only a prostate cancer survivor himself but the founder of the prostate cancer foundation. someone said if they ever cure it, they'll name the cure the milken cure. john mcenroe, seven-time grand slam tennis champion. he's ambassador to stand up to cancer, john's father by the way, had prostate cancer. >> that's right. >> larry: and christopher rose, a leader in his field, radiation oncologist and director of the center for radiation therapy in beverly hills. dr. rose, i'll start with you, if you'll briefly tell us, what is prostate cancer? >> well, prostate cancer is a malignancy, an uncontrolled growth of the gland which creates secretions in which the sperm are transported out of the male. >> larry: it can only happen in men. >> that's correct. >> larry: it occurs inside the gland. >> that's where it starts. >> larry: and grows slowly, right? >> it tends to be slow-growing disease in most people. >> larry: so, what
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Aug 9, 2009 9:00pm EDT
's private but can you tell us anything about what that was like? >> well, my family felt that us being raised as jehovah's witnesses, it was very important to have something private for the family and my cousin, wendell hawkins, when dell, he spoke. he's an elder. he spoke very nicely so we had just a private moment and it was paris' request to play "gone to soon." we left there and came over to staples. >> larry: were you able to see michael after his death? >> yes, i did. i raced across town. i first got the word from you guys that there was something going on with him being -- going to the hospital. so i called my mother immediately and then she said, yes, she was on her way. i was in azusa, on the other side of pasadena. 45 minutes went by. i spoke to my sister, janet, spoke to our attorney. next thing i knew, i called my mother back and i heard this tone in her voice saying he's dead. she was crying. and i just cried and drove across town very quickly -- >> larry: you got to see him? >> yes. i came to ucla before all the helicopters flying in the sky and everything. first when i w
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Aug 23, 2009 12:00am EDT
thank you very much. good discussion as always. thanks for joining us. wish we had a little more shouting, but that's how it goes. we hope you come away with some of what you need. we'll see you next time. >> larry: tonight, elizabeth edwards, debating health care reform for the first time and she squares off on life and death issues with the former hhs secretary, tommy thompson. is president obama's plan in critical condition? a health care reform debate exclusive. >>> and then the debate over health care reform rages as thousands of americans stand in line for hours, even days, seeking medical services they can't afford. there are more angry questions about why health care costs so much and what washington should do about it. >>> former dnc chairman howard dean squares off with former gop senate majority leader bill frist. they're both doctors and they have very different prescriptions for curing our ailing health care system. all that and more, next on "larry king live." >> larry: two extraordinarily gifted americans join us now to discuss the health care question. in raleigh,
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Aug 24, 2009 12:00am EDT
joining us. we have the west coast editor of people.com. and in washington is pat brown. criminal profiler, founder and ceo of the homicide exchange. what is this all about? >> what we have is a man who went from a man being a person of interest to a murdered suspect. this is probably the husband. he is a reality tv star. he is the one who reported her missing. police found a body about the same time and then they tried to find him and he was gone. >> reported by what? >> i think he called it into the police. and police found this nude body in a dumpster. they identified it as his wife. they wanted to talk to him. they couldn't find. >> larry: and she's the model. >> the body was. the man was from canada. they feared he was going flee to canada. >> larry: when you say reality tv star what does that mean? >> he is on the fringes of fame. he is in this show called megan wants a millionaire. she tries to get these suitors to go after her but she only goes after millionaires. >> larry: how would he be one of those if he is married. >> that is one of the interesting twists. his friends didn't k
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Aug 4, 2009 12:00am EDT
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Aug 8, 2009 9:00pm EDT
need. tom showed me how to use mifi to get my whole team working online, on location. i was like, "woah". woah ! only verizon wireless has small business specialists in every store to help you do business better. you're like my secret ingredient. come in today and connect up to five devices on one 3g connection. now only $99.99 >> larry: you resented, colin -- when -- oh, i should say general. what do you like to be called? >> for you, colin. >> larry: for me, colin. thank you. >> otherwise general. >> larry: you like general better than secretary of state? >> i'm a former secretary, but i'm not a former general. >> larry: that's right, once a general, always a general. you endorsed obama and some said it was just black on black, did you resent that? did you endorse him because he was black and you're black? >> i didn't endorse him simply because he was black. i felt this was something to take into consideration. but i also had on the other side of the issue a dear friend of 30 years, john mccain, fellow vietnam veteran who i've known for many years and i spoke at length with john mccai
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Aug 9, 2009 12:00am EDT
someday run our cars on. in using algae to form biofuels, we're not competing with the food supply. and they absorb co2, so they help solve the greenhouse problem, as well. we're making a big commitment to finding out... just how much algae can help to meet... the fuel demands of the world. >> larry: you resented, colin -- when -- oh, i should say general. what do you like to be called? >> for you, colin. >> larry: for me, colin. thank you. >> otherwise general. >> larry: you like general better than secretary of state? >> i'm a former secretary, but i'm not a former general. >> larry: that's right, once a general, always a general. you endorsed obama and some said it was just black on black, did you resent that? did you endorse him because he was black and you're black? >> i didn't endorse him simply because he was black. i felt this was something to take into consideration. but i also had on the other side of the issue a dear friend of 30 years, john mccain, fellow vietnam veteran who i've known for many years and i spoke at length with john mccain about his campaign and i watche
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Aug 28, 2009 9:00pm EDT
suppose if you gave us $1 million we would be happy. that's what happened so many times when we were raising money for the democratic national convention. one of the great high lites of his career was addressing that great convention. today, teddy calls boston a place where every street is history's home. that's true of the old north church and fenial hall. it's true of all the places kennedy walked. teddy was always out front on the issues. it's something i admired and tried to emulate. sometimes it got us into trouble. several years ago, began the green revolution. we were going to a green event together. i was driving around in a compact hybrid. i complained all the time it was tiny. well, our staff thought -- staff always gets you in trouble -- the staff thought it would be a good idea to ride to the attend the event together in my small hybrid. it was really too small for me and certainly too small for the two of us. we were like two overgrown peas in a pod. we sought alternate transportation, but we never stopped fighting for progress together. on occasion of teddy's 70th birth
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Aug 3, 2009 9:00pm EDT
for the reptile and, guess what, it's mott this snake's fault. >> that is it for us. good night, everybody. "larry king live" starts right now. >> larry: tonight, surprise twist inside the michael jackson court hearing. what is the king of pop's dermatologist want? the identity of the children's real father. her attorneys are here with the exclusive details. plus, griffin o'neal's bombshell. ryan's son rips into his dad. those tears at farrah's funeral, he says were fake. there's more about the drama, the drugs, and the dangerous liaison. was it all about money? next on "larry king live." >> larry: before we meet the attorneys who successfully represented katherine jackson in court today, let's go up on the roof to our cnn correspondent who was there, of course. what were the key rulings today, ted? >> reporter: well, a real busy day, larry, start iing with the bombshell in the open, dr. arnie klein's lawyer showed up during the custody section of the hearing and said the doctor wanted to play a role in the children's lives. the judge talked to him a little bit and ultimately ru
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